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No Special Orders Issued as Re°
suit of> “Jogging Up” by
Sheriff Harrigan.
Police officials united today in say
ing that no additional orders regarding
the observance of the Sabbath have
been issued. These statements were in
response to ciuestibng as to whether
the police had been stirred to activity
by anything that might have tran
spired at the conference held yester
day between the heads of the police de
partment and Sheriff Harrigan.
Chief of Police Corbitt said that
there isn't any need for further
instructions to th.- men. He said their
, orders are explicit now.
Captain Michael Ryan, of the First
Precinct, said that there would not be
any attempt to interfere with Sunday
performances at the theatres. The best
case in the Columbia Theatre would
have to be settled first, ho said.
Nickelodeons and saloons would bo
kept closed. This Is “as usudl," he
At the conference held yesterday in
the sheriff’s office there were present
President Header, pf the Police Board;
Chic;' of.Police Corbitt and Captains
Tong. Christie, Vogel, .John Brown and
Samuel Brown. It is said that the'
sheriff told the police that he hud re
ceived many complaints of open saloons
on Sunday, and that he insisted that
they see to it that. «tho doors of every
saloon be closed at midnight and kept
locked for twenty-four hours
When asked what action he would j
take in reference to the attitude of
Sheriff Harrigan, and what effect it \
' would have on the Sunday closing of
saloons qnd moving picture shows In
the Third Precinct. Captain 1’cter J
Christie, of the Third TJreclnct police
station, said today:
“I have received no unusual orders
regarding these matters. I shall con
tinue to enforce the law In my pre
rlnet the same as I have done in the
past. Further than that I do not feel
there is anything for me to say."
Counsel for Sutphen Refuses to
(jive Testimony.
Abruptly ended by the refusal of
Cyrus 11. Vail, counsel for Robert
Sutphen, to either be sworn or
make any statement whatever re
garding the Dolly Collins case, on the
ground that his client's Interests might
be prejudiced, the inquiry into the of
licial conduct of Sergeant Joseph Far
rell, of the detective bureau, who is
said to have accompanied the Collins
girl to rVtiv^ York and to have seen
her safely on board ship for Ireland,
failed to develop anything startling
yesterday. The caBO was adjourned
for one week.
Most of tho testimony which referred
directly to ilie case In question was
favorable to Farrell, particularly that
of Sergeant Thomas F. Connell, who
was acting captain of the detective
bureau at the time of the arrest of the
Collins girl on u shoplifting charge and
the subsequent developments. Connell
stated, under questioning by Assistan\
City Attorney Charles M. Myers, who
conducted tho case for the city, that
If a detective sergeant were on a case
which needed clearing up and required
the officer to go out of the city or
State, he (Connell) did not understand
that it was necessary to ask permis
sion to do so, and that in this partic
ular case he considered that Farrell was
still on duty In the Collins ease, and
that he therefore required no permission
to go to Now York, as long as he was
bringing the case to a conclusion.
The principal Interest in the case
centred in the calling of Sutphen,
against, whom the girl had brought
suit for *10.000 for breach of promise,
which suit* had been mysteriously
dropped just before Dolly Coiiins left
tip country. According to Robert S.
Terhune. counsel fnr Sutphen, thd
young man stammered so noticeably '
that he requested permission to write
his answers to the questions of the
police board. Sutphen admitted his re
lations with tho girl, but refused to,
state whether or not her sailing for
the other side was a relief to him or
Other witnesses to testify were
. Superintendant Wlnward, of the de
partment store in which the girl was ]
arrested: Sergeant Thomas Corbally. i
of the detective bureau; Mrs. IV. J.
MacDougall and her husband, with
whom the Collins girl lived in Warren
street; Roundsman 0'N.eill. of the Third
Precinct; a Mrs. Roehrlc and on*' or
two others whose testimony was un
Cosmos Lodge No. 10<5, F nnd A. M .
will celebrate its fortieth anniversary at
Arhtel-Stetter’s on Wednesday night.
The dinner is open to the fraternity and
lbs friends in general. Allton H. Sher
man, deputy grand muster; William n.
Rutan, grand secretary; Leslie A Bur
rltt, senior grand warden, and a number
of Other officers of the grand lodge will
make addresses. Three past grand
masters, Messrs Wilkins, Chandler and
McGregor, will also be present.
Th£ Hebrew Wpmen’s Orphan Aid So- j,
e!ety will hold its annual meeting Mon- j I
day afternoon The meeting is called
for 2 o’clock. A social hour will follow
It. Members and their friends are
urged to be present.
45 8. Walnut street East Orange, N. J. 1
Both Pa and Mu ami Baby, too.
Wore In an awful hurry. i l
Because *he rook and chambermaid
Caused nothing else but worry.
The butcher boy and groc’ry clerk
Made ev’ry.thlng confusion
And Ilf© In our Unhappy homo «
Was mls'ry in profusion.
We hied away to Elmwood, • ]
And eur»* we'll never rue It, ! .
Whi te all work ia attended to
By- others paid to do It. «
Apartments there with private batha *
o’erlooking scenes moat cheerful <
Make life a round of pleasuure now.
Dispelling all things tearful.
The waiters come with heaping trays
AnJ bellboys hop at bidding;
Now Pa and Ma have tlmo to rest—
It's true, lor I'm not kidding.
It costa us less than former days.
And still we're near the city;
That others don't enjoy tho sama
Is one eternal pity. <
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Bust of Mozart Presented to Pro
fessor Hattersley as <
Token of Esteem.
Prof. William F. Hattersley, organist
and musical director of St. Patrick’s
Cathedral, was the recipient of a large
marble bust of Mozart on an onyx
pedestal from the members of tho choir
last night, in commemoration of his
twenty-live years’ services as organ.st
of the Cathedral, which will be con
cluded in a few weeks. The presents
tlon speech was made by the lit. Key.
Mgr. I. P. Whelan, rector of thy Cathe
dral^ who spoke in glowing terms of
Prof. Hattersley's untiring efforts In
the education of the younger members
of the parish in the art of music, and
said that he had endeared himself to
Figures Total $552,239—Final
Award Deferred.
The Glenn Engineering and Construc
tion Company was foynd to be the low
est general bidder on tho work for the
proposed manual- training high school
when the tabulation was completed
by the Board of Education committee
on buildings, grounds and supplies at
Its meeting yesterday. The Glerui com
pany’s bid was $373,723. With extras
tor plumbing, heating, electrical work,
steel and iron work It amounts to $552,
139.50. The appropriation for the build
ing is $600,000. (
Final action on the awarding of the
lontract was not laken by the commit
tee. Oil President Guild's motion it
was decided to confer with the officers
>f the contracting company before go
ing ahead. Mr. Guild said that in view
Tf the fact that this was the largest
ind most important work the hoard
Tad ever given out It would lie well to
find out how the contractors proposed
to go about It. The meeting will take
place next Monday afternoon, shortly
icfore the special meeting of the’board,
to pass upon the bids.
Tire lowest bidders on the parts of
the work for which the Glenn com
pany did not submit proposals are
rnelinlg * Peoples for plumbing, $22,
'22; Electric Motor and Equipment
lompany for electrical work. $19,419;
tinker and Williams for heating. $50,
!4S; Hedfjcn Iron and Construction
rompany for Iron and steel work, $77,
Fll: Otis Elevator Company, elevators,
>2,884; Connersville piower Company,
'or vacuum system, $677.59.
MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Feb. 3.—The
•apltal cltv today is wild over, a re
ported victory of the government
:r« ops at Santa Tomas.
Generals Vasques and Rivas, with
1,100 men, attacked 600 revolutionists
under General Blendon. The battle be
Kan at 11 p. in. and lasted until night ■
fall, nhen the government troops. In
i final assault, swept the defendtrs
from the field, capturing runny prison
ers, with arrfia and ammunition.
General Blendon is among the dead
The insurgents' Maxim sAr. was
The insurgents’ dead number 100.,
Santo Tomas is fifteen miles north-'
west of Acoyagn and about ten miles
-ouiheast of La Lltertad.
A feature of the battle was an artil
ery duel from the heights.
Exceptional interest exists in Belle
ille over the Burke-Pastlme pool
turney at Burke's parlor. 118 Wash
ington avenue, Belleville, next Monday
The fact that both clubs boast of
;ood pool shooters is proven by the
nterest tajten In this tournament. The
lurke A. C. players are J. Reardon, J
iyan, W. King, J. Hughes. J. Garrison
[. Lockwood. F. . SJoan, P. Ward, J
ijasa, M. Gorman. The players of the
^asttme P. C. are E. Sister, W. Stan
leid, J. Hood, E. Silbcrman. G. Iris
). Irtsf J. Waters, F. Burnside, W
Hto, Abe Stanfield- Tin- second game
if the tourney will be played at Silber
nan*s parlor next Thursday night.
Anbury Park. N. J.
rapacity 180; central location. El K. TgNffpi.
all who knew him by his genial man- <
ner and his love for ills work.
Professor Hattersley was entirely un
1 prepared for the gift, but felt highly
hoiiored by the token of esteem from
the members of the ehoir and the kind
expressions of Monsignor Whelan. The
bust and pedestal ur? about five feet
. high.
The occasion was also selected to
bid bon voyage to Mrs. S. M. Grlbben,
the soprano soloist of the choir, who i
'• sailed today for Bermuda for the bene -
i tit of her throat, which became slight- 11
| ly impaired recently owing ,tb a se- !
j vere cold which, while not serious, yet |
disturbed the singer very much. On j
the adylce of her physician she de- ;
i elded on a trip South for a few weeks.
The affair took place in thp school j
hall attached to the Cathedral, after
the regular rehearsal of the choir.
freshnients were served and then songs
were sung for an hour or more.
Many FrieAds of “The Strollers”
Witness Performance.
- Pleasing their * several hundred
friends, who went to Columbus theatre,
Orange last night, the members of "The
Strollers,” graduates ol the Orange
High School, "gave Sheridan's comedy,
"The Rivals,” for the benefit of the
Orange High School Sclioiarsip fund
The young people were coached by '
Michael 13. Davis, who was one of the
Orange amateurs who nourished years
ago. They guve a splendid enlertalfi- |
ment, uud in the difficult presentation ,
of the amusing play, acquitted them- i
selves creditably.
The cast of hammers follows: Sir ,
Arthur Absolute, Joseph A. Bonnet:
Captain Jack Absolute George H.
Schroder; Mr. Albert Faulkland, John
Oldenschlager; Mr. Bob Acres, Arth'jr <
Livingston; Sir Lucius O'Trigger, R. i
Downes Cusack; Gag, Harold R. Cole; . ;
Thomas and David, Edward Davis;',
Mrs. Malaprop, Bessie E. Smith; Miss ,
Lydia Languish, Helen F. Davis; Miss -
Julia Melville, Pearl i. Rolf; Lucy, i
Louise \\ biting.
The othe rs and members are:
President, George II. Schroder; vice-j
presidtnl, M,pa Helen F. Davis; secre- I ’
tary-tn us urer, Joseph A. Bonnet; Miss |
Ethel M. Blanchard, Miss Grace V. t :
Correil, K. Downes Cusack, Miss Jessie',
Frazer, Arthur Livingston. John Olden - | ,
schlager, Henry E. Poellor, Miss Pearl 1
1. Roff, Miss Bessie E. Smith, Julius A. I
Vcntno, Miss Louise Whiting, Charles j .
Wibcraiskc; honorary member," Mrs. i
Herbert G. Munsey | ,
The patronesses wore: Mrs.'Herbert : ;
Abrams. Mrs. George G. pahr, Mrs. | I
Joseph Berkholz, Mrs. Isaac H. Blanch- i
aril, Mrs. Hugh Brady, Mrs. Michael
Buckley, Mrs. Fred Cole, Mrs. John L. !
Davis, Mrtf. John Dalenz, Mrs. Charles i
Doehler, Miss Madeline* Doty, Mrs.
William Grauiich, Mrs. G. Wallace 1
Hutchinson, Mrs. Janies Kelly, Mrs. i
Hugh F Leonard. Mrs. Edgar Leth- .
bridge. Mrs. Henry McKlnea, Mrs.' :
Abram Hosier, Mrs. Herbert G. Mun
sey, Mrs. Edward S. Perry, Mrs. Junius
G. Riggs. .Mrs. John Rush. Mrs. Kath- 1
urine Sinning. Hiss Mary 13 Swan.
Mrs. Thomas Wachenfeld. Mrs. Peter
Weber, Mrs. Charles Wehlen. Mrs.
John D. Williams, Mrs. George F.
Wolff, Mrs. A. S.ormont Young, :
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Visitors Entertained Them* ,
selves by Fighting Blaze.
Mrs. Irene F. Warren, of 11 Park (
street, Orange, was not “at home” t
when firemen called at her house Iasi j
night. Firemen regretted the untime- (
liness of the hour but it Aas unavoid- ,
able, as it had not been discovered t
until a short time before that her house ,
was afire.
When no one answered the door-bell ;
at the Warren house last night Lite £
-firemen raised n ladder and took-the j
liberty of breaking a window pane on s
the second floor and entering the <
houqe. ‘
The blaze, was a stubborn one, and t
several of tho firemen were forced to -
retire temporarily because they had *
partaken too heavily of 3iuoke. The
house is owmea by Judge Joseph P. -
Bray. The loss was small.
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Mrs. Emma Webber, the president of I <
the Edelweiss Danten Vereln. wielded- l
the gavel at last night’s meeting In | 1
Marod’s Hall, Holland sjtreet, when It - i
was dscided to haVe a dinner next Tues- ; 1
day night in a down-town hostelry.. j
jUte society Is vine of the most prosper- v
ous of Its ltlaJ on the Hill section. j y

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Driver Hurled from Seat. Comrade Injured by Violent Fall
Against Boiler and Horses Knocked Down—Women Passen*
gers Fleei Screaming frflm Wrecked Car.
A Kinney street cur, halj 'led with {
lassengers, swinging into South Tenth
itreet from Springfield avenue, today,
■rushed into Engine No. 18, which was
esponding to a lace curtain lire at
Millington avenue and Ingraham place.
Hie force or the collision threw Joseph
Smith, the engine driver, from tile seat;
lurled Lieutenant James C. Spring
head against the boiler, knocked down
wo of the horses, broke tl,e pole of the
mglne and startled almost to a panic
die passengers in the car. *
The alarm was from box 277 and th.
■oute of the engine was down
3ightoenth avenue, thence through
South Tenth street. Nearing this cor
icr Smith slowed down his horses
somewhat, it Is one of the most dan
rerous spots In the city and is the bane
>f both engine drivers and motormen.
Springfield avenue, South Tenth street
md Eighteenth avenue come together
this point.
As the three horses, hauling the
icavy engine, neared the corner Smith
■hocked them up a bit Before either
Janiel J. Maloney Held for Grand
Jury for Alleged Attack on
John Cahili.
Charged with huvjng brutally beaten I
rohn K. Cahill, a patient in the ub-1
lervation ward at the City Hospital, j
Janiel J. Maloney, an orderly at the j
lospital, was lield in default of #o00 j
,uil lor the grand jury by Acting Judg •
Jehilng in the Second Precinct Police:
,'ourt today. The complaint in the case
vas made, by Superintendent of tic
.’tty Hospital Charles ii. Talbot.
According to the testimonj in tile1
mlice court hearing today Maloney
vent on duty in the ward at 11 o'clock
Thursday night to relieve John Millett
h former patient, who had been acting!
ls a sort of sub-orderly. Millett told]
Jaloney that' Cahill, who was in a n
training Sheet, was giving trouble. It
vus said that lie was trying to work;
dmself* out of tl:e slic t.
What happened next lias not been
lositively established,' but it is known
hat some time later Superintendent 1
L’albot learned I hat Cahill hud been
leuten and his nose broken. The beat*
ng, it was thought, would prove seri
ius, owing to Hie man's already weak- i
■net! condition. Superintendent Talbot
•spurted the occurrence to the Fifth
Tc clnct police, and Piainclothesmen i
IlcCabe and Manger were detailed on :
he ease. They arrested Millctt, who i
k illed that he struck Cahill. Finally |
ic told the detectives that it was Mil- i
oney who committed the alleged as-:
Maloney was then arrested, .nd the
lolice say thai lie admits pushing"-,
lahill, but denies that he assaulted him
le said Cahill's Injuries were caused I
ly his efforts to get out of the restrain- ;
ng sheet. The police declare that John
teilly, another patient in the ward, I
aw Maloney commit the assault.
POUGHKEEPSIE, Feb. o.-.Miss Eli*- |
.beth Kelly, a prominent society girl, j
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. •
velly, of 11 Garlield place, has been
erved with paptrs in a breach of prom
so suit for t25,0h0 damages instituted
y Leicester M, Pond, a young architect
if Spokane, Wash.
The commencement of iho action was
great surprise to Poughkeepsie so. -
tv. The breaking of the engagement
lad been known for six months, but no
ne supposed that Pond would sue for ,
ireach of promise. The reason given ]
or breaking tile engagement, and gen- :
rally credited, was that Miss Kelly, I
rho has always been very much at- j
ached to her mother, was unwilling to,
o so fnr away us Spokane to live.
Pond's complaint alleges that on or 1
bout June 2, 19M, he and Miss Kelly ,
greed to be married on June 22. 1909; |
03s on to tell of the postponements ;
nd flnul breaking oft of the match, and i
ays he Incurred large expense in the j
/ay of gifts to tin; defendant and in I
raveling between Spokane and Pough- |
Allemanla K. U. V. NTo. l has this,
ew set of officers as the result of Its;
nnual election in its headquarters In J
pringfleld avenue, lust night: l’resi-j
ent, Leo Unvensagf; vk e-presldent,:
.eopobl Dttssing; treasurer, Frank
ioeler: recording secretary, II. Werner;
naneial secretary, George A. Schmidt. I
he trustees arc Joseph ISelko. F. '
farsschner, T>. F. Iloclor. The society!
dll celebrate Its silver jubilee next
car. j |
the driver of the engine or the motor- !
man could prevent it the trolley car 1
bore down on the engine. There were
several women passengers in the ear
and as they beheld the impending crash
they screamed. I
Smith swung his horses, but too late j
to prevent the forward part of' the '
trolley car from crashing into the
horses and the center-pole, which was |
snapped like a twig. Two of the horses
were knocked down, and by the force |
of the Impact Smith was hurled over ]
their heads to the street and was badly j
bruised. Springstead, who was on l he
fire-box in the rear, did not see what
was coming and was thrown violently
against the boiler and badly bruised.
After some diillculty 11 * tangle was |
straightened out. The engine crew I
limped back to the fire-house, their
places being taken by Engine No. in.
tire headquarters having been notified
of what had happened, ft is not be
lieved that Smith or Sprlrtgstead are
badly hurt. The front of the trolley
car was smashed in, bet it made Its
(rip to the end of the route.
Puking advantage of u leisure mu-1
incut when the driver Went into a hotel ,
or tile Orange mountain in Mt. Fleas
vnt avenue, West Orange, last night i
for refreshment, a team of horses at
tached to a wagon laden with milk I
bottles the property el' C. F. Dm- !
stadter, of Irvington, wandered over
the mountain ridge.s and landed over ;
the Second mountain, near Livingston,
while Umstadt.-r made frantic and vlg- '
orous search for his property.
He Anally gave up tile fruitless olvi
and walked down the mountain t>> the
West Orange pi lice station, where h
l.otified Sergeant McDonough Short lV
after 3 o’clock this morning Thomas
Luciano, of Mt. Pleasant avenue, called
at the police station lo tell of finding
a team back on th^ borders of tin
town, and the police notified Irvington
TTmstadter called at 6 o'clock this
morning and told how he had wun
dtred around, walked to Irvington and
back seeking the rig, and said he was
notified by the Irvington folk his team
was "on the East Grange mountain."
He knows the geography of the Or
anges too well to expect a mountain In
that city, and after his long tramp
v.anted to West ‘Tange again. He
then had to sulk several miles over the
mountain to Joseph fJefeno's saloon,
where the rig was found.
The driver had tramped nli night and
morning, and covered In his twelve
horn s of marching dozens of miles. 11 1
drove past the West Orange station:
nt 9:3d. nearly exhausted by Ids long
sleepless tramp.
An appeal from the commission lor
the negro and Indian ails Mona in the
United States will he made a' the
masses in all the Catholic churches ill
the diocese of Newark tomorrow. The
commission iscomposed of his eminence,
James Cardinal Gibbons, archbishop
of Baltimore; the Most Rev. Patrick
J. Uyan, D D., archbishop of Phila- ,
delphla, and tiie Most Rev. John \1.
Parley, A3. D.. archbishop of Now York. ;
The uppea1 begins;
l in the opening of the Lenten sea-i
son w* make our annual appeal to!
your spirit of Justice and generosit .
soliciting ypur aid in the great wori<
of evangelizing tip Indian and negro
races 6f our country. This duty the
Catholic Church of Am-ika cannot
escape; aril as thi hierarchy is bound
to do all in Us power to furnish and
encourage missions for the salvation i
of these souls, so, too, dear brethren, !
ought the support of this noble and i
necessary work appeal to your Catholic
faith and charity, both as a duty and a :
Tho Frohsinn Dainen Spar Verein on-1
Joyed a social hour in the Hotel Broad'
after its business session in Math's!
Hall. Springlieki avenue, lust 'night.
There were many toasts to the further
prosperity of the society. Several new
members wre elected at Ihe meeting in1
Muth’s Hall and invitations accepted to
attend the festivals of other organiza-1
lions j
Notice is hereby given' that the Commissioners
heretofore appointed by the Mayor of the City
if Newark, to make an estimate ond assessment
upon all the ov*nor» of all the lands and real
fstate in the City of Newark* peculiarly darn- i
aged or beuetitod by any local Improvement in •
the wild city, i.i proportion us nearly up may bo j
to the advantage ouch was deemed to have ao- I
rojired, have made un estimate and ayWBsment
?f rjamagt.i sustained by all the owners of all
tlie lands and real estate lu the City of Newark !
peculiarly damaged by tin following Improve
inent in wild city, namely: The opening and 1
widening of
’rojn a point 7004 feet north of William street, I
northerly 2‘i'J f«- t. and hu\o tiled their report '
jf said assess irwnt Tor damages in the office of
tho clerk of the Circuit <*ouri of the County of I
lilseex, and that the judge of said court has '
ixed Friday, the eleventh day of February. 191 u. i
it ten o’ekek in the forenoon. In the 'circuit
**ourt room at the Court Ildus !n the < ltv of
Newark. t\« tho time ond place of hearing‘any
ibjectjons that moy be made to the Paid afiSosB
Dated February o. W10.
£sb6-5t City Attorney, !

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♦ Best Table d’Hote Lunch in the City for 50c
J Music from 12 to 2. Half portions served u la carte. Table <TH«»te J
4 uinuer from I»:30 to 8>30 for 91.00, Including wlue. Manic from H until 4
* midnight. Sonvenlr* for ladles on Monday and Thursday evening*. Mr. *
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» Grill, Dutch Room, Beefsteak Garret
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♦ Cfualutest pluce in town-—noted for German beers and finest cooking. J
• Ivinicliooti froin 11? QO to 2:«U)< £50 Contg *
\ Musical attraction, evenings, 6—1 |
£ Tei. I.S58-M. 187 Market Street, Near Broad ,
f.‘‘E*DEL REST AURA NT *******
• Broad, Cor. Lafayette St. {
t - -----— (iO WHERE THE CROWDS ooi-—t
* nrinn mi sir. uvaMi. mi-.m-, .
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J I'honr SI I Market. Raalli Phone 1(12:! Merkel. J
f IS* dlorkrl S<„ Near llroncl. J
Superintendent Shipman Soon to
Offer Variety of Merchandise.
Within ten days there will be thrown
upon the market the fruits of the* labors
of General Superintendent of Works 11.
M. Shipman's squad of sidewalk ob
struction removers. The city stables,
where the loot is being stored, are full,
►Hid tilt work is still going on.
Mr Shipman intends to hold a public
auction at which the unifies in ills col
lection will be knocked down to tile
highest bidder. The proceeds will go
to reimbursing the city for Us expense
in clearing away the obstructing
article . it he cures to I ho superintend
ent may further swell the oily s ireus
ury by imposing a line of 55 for every
►violation of the ordinance.
Tentative purchasers r.eeu. not stay
away from the sale for fear there will
be nothing that they care 10 bid on.
If there is anything In the way of gen
eral merchandise of which there is no
a sample in the city barns It has is
caped observation Even false teeth
warranted not to bite the tongue, arc
among the prizes and may he had lor
hut a fraetlo: al part of their original
value, along with shovels, baby car
riages. second-hand clothing and odd
Owners of property who ,lo not wish
to see It go uqd<r the hammer have
hut a few days left to redeem it
Fire broke out in tho plant of th<
Robin son-Rod- rn Company. jhak«*rs of
leather *ft»ods. ii Railroad avtnue alid
K«?t Muclninc street* today, i.\it wan
chucked bo fort* much damage “was
The lift- broke out at about y o'clock
tlii« morning m* th* lower Hour of the
building, and sum cotton and olh* r
murchandi ■ w n drst^yed. Tin* dam
age is f.-iimuto.l at about S'.>n.
It is thought that friction in ma
chinery on the lower floor start or] th •
ij Henry Griffin’s j
I* 27 Academy St. t
lift. Ilrond iiimI IlaUev ^
♦ ♦
* Opposite New I'rmlential Illil". ♦
♦ Chicken Dinner,. . 35c ♦
• Roast Beef Dinner, 25c ♦
i BreAhW. j
: * ” $
I Griffin’s :

J Formerly of II Bank Street
»-4-* ♦ ♦ ♦ ■
* V (in inii> l)U\i- them nil fur 3V. ''
* FROM 11:30 TO S:S0, AT >
: J Kaiser’s Grill and Rathskeller
* « ornm llnnk ami WukIiI nt^tou Nt*. *
* Tobi^a Rworvefl for .
* 8PECIAI. Ml*81C.
'-_ ■
President Exnl«!««; Walkout at
Hsijjh Smith Company Plant.
J.iti rviewed today in regard an
article appearing lari night i. ■ ilia
| .STAll regarding a strike of ", -am
hands” ut the leather works of the •
j thigh Smith I'onipnn, , James T. .Silltth,
; president of the company, smted today
■ that the ini'n in this department have
always been pal,I by the \et ■ k and not
! if'.-T " ork, and the highest pries In
■ (lie city were paij-considering the sitsa
hide worked The wages range from
1 Sf'o to XU according to . lass of yerU.y
The tirtu say- It is'quick to recognize
I merit and pay accordingly, end the a
I going out in this Instance wer' simply
I victims of tho walking delegate, igno
! rant of facts. The plant is running full
1 as usual
'=SI.I:.ETH -
Steel Flexible Mats
_ ^est Special
Material ShaPes for
In Roils for Hotels,
Soda Kitchens,
Fountains. Engine
Hallways, n
Factories, Rooms,
Etc. Etc.
A Perfect Scraper No Curling of Corners
Reversible (Two Mats in One)
Soft as Rubber to the Foot Easily Cleaned
Conforms to Uneven Places
Keeps the Mud and Snow Out of the House
l-'O W .SALiS BV
Hahnc & Co., (ioerke Co., Banister & Pollard. D. H.
Johnson & Co., T. W. Jury. L. S. Plaut & Co., Rising & Thorne.
I. Seymour Crane, Montclair: Charles M. Decker & Co.,
Hast Orange: A. Drummond, Orange; Stone*Post Co., Irvington;
“Reed's," Belleville; Wm.Hagberg.Arlington,N.J., and others.
Sleeth Manufacturing Co., Belleville, N. J

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